Alternative crops, herbicide resistance, soil improvement and crop nutrition are among topics at a grains research forum this week.July 29, 2014 3:09am
Alternative crops, herbicide resistance, soil improvement and crop nutrition are among topics at a grains research forum this week.
The Grains Research and Development Corporation is hosting a grains research update for growers at Moama Bowling Club on Thursday, July 31.
GRDC southern regional panel member Geoff McLeod said the update offers growers a chance to learn of the latest research outcomes and how these can be applied to their farming systems.
‘‘The update at Moama will feature some of Australia’s leading industry authorities who will provide insights and advice to enable growers to make more informed decisions to improve their farming enterprises, ’’ Mr McLeod said.
The update will be from 9am to 4pm.
Go to www.orm.com.au or www.grdc.com.au/updatedates for information.
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